Recently visited the Atlanta History Center with the primary target being the Civil War exhibit. My wife and I started our visit in the History of Atlanta section which was interesting and well worth the time (about 25 minutes) but relatively short. Next was the Turning Point: The American Civil War. Having seen a number of exhibits and battlefields, I found this to be the best exhibit I've seen outside of the Gettysburg Battlefield and Visitor Center. My wife made me cut my visit short so we could go outside to see the 1860's farmhouse and the Swan House before they closed. Both were well worth the time as the Swan House was beautiful and shows you what you can do if you have plenty of money. Once done outside, I wentback in and finished the Civil War Exhibit. In all, I spent about 3 1/2 hours in the exhibit. My wife also saw and enjoyed the Bobby Jones exhibit. Parking on site with discounted tickets for Seniors that included all three as well as the Margaret Mitchell House (which could be visited within 7 days - save your ticket and go. Very interesting Not very crowded at all but it was Mother's Day. Loved Loved Loved it.